7 Types Of Flowers For The Women In Your Life Anything Goes

What’s better than the sight of pretty blossoms? Receiving them.

There are a lot of things to consider when buying flowers for someone. You have to think about the message you wish to convey, the type of arrangement, as well as the colour of your chosen blossoms. Here are a few ideas to get you started.

For your sister: Daffodils

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These bright and cheery-looking blossoms are synonymous with energy and inspiration – remember how you used to feed off each other’s energy growing up? – and associated with warmth and admiration, making them the perfect flowers for your beloved sister.

For your best friend since childhood: Gardenias


Gardenias are understated yet memorable. These fragrant and sweet flowers symbolise purity as illustrated by its milky white petals. Gardenias usually make their appearance during weddings, but can also be offered to women whom you have known all your life. The beauty of Gardenias is timeless, hence rooted relationships, those that have stood the test of time, deserve this classic flower.

For your empowering female boss: Magnolias

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When magnolias bloom, these magnificent large flowers fill the air with a distinctly citrusy scent that is at once refreshing and motivating – much like your go-getting boss whom you adore and admire in equal measure.

For your daughter: Daisies

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Spoil your precious little girl with daisies, whose delicate rounded petals and bright yellow centres symbolise the sunshine she brings to your life.

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